The office had lots of scrap/used A4-sized papers lying around. I decided to save them from the shredder and make a cheap and easy archery target out of these. The idea is to stack them up and compress them, enough to stop your arrows.
A3-sized papers would be better, you can make a bigger target from those. But since A4 is widely used in the office, i don't need to be choosy... since it's free anyway. ;)
So here goes...
Step 1: Materials
1. lots of A4-sized papers. stack them up until they're tall enough to equal the length of an A3-sized paper (two A4s makes one A3).
2. old ring binders/file folders (or a strong, thick cardboard)
4. cutting mat (optional)
5. rubber cement
6. cloth from old t-shirt of whatever you could find
7. 2-inch duct tape or filament tape (those with fibers)
8. 2-inch packing tape (the strong, clear types are preferred)
9. metal ruler or anything straight that would serve as a cutting guide
10. straw or any flat rope
11. old paint brush